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  1. I have the Denon X6400H 11.1 receiver. It does both Dolby atmos and Auro-3D out the box. I’d like to setup my speakers in a way that’s condusive to both immersive 3D audio formats. Does anyone have a good way to achieve this? I think I’ll do a 10.2 setup. -A regular 5.1 channel surround. Extra subwoofer. (5.2) -4 height channels (RP-140SA) -1 extra height channel above TV for Dolby Atmos height speakers (RP-140SA) -1 Voice Of God Channel (5800-CDT-II) My original goal was to do a 7.2.4 Dolby Atmos setup. But now with Auro-3D out, I’d like to sample both audio formats. An option would be get the speakers in position for a 7.2.4, then buy 4 extra Auro-3D “height channels”. Once all speakers are in place, depending on movie I’m watching(and format that catches on), I can just alter my speaker configuration in back of receiver. That or spend another $2400 on the Denon 13.2 X8500. Haha. I’ve watched a few reviews on the 8500 and they’re hailing it as an homage to Denon in its glory daze. It’s a beast. Well, for 4G’s it better make me doughnuts too. Ha.
  2. Can you pair the RC-64iii with the rf-7ii’s?
  3. Got my front soundstage covered. Now in looking into surrounds. I will probably do the RP-160M’s for surround backs. What is the best flagship surround speakers Klipsch makes? I can only see the RS-62ii or RP-250s. I would assume the RS-62iii’s will come out soon. What surrounds will pair the best with the RF-7’s and RC-64?
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    RP-160M’s

    Anyone ever heard the RP-160M’s lookin to possibly use them for my surround back channels. Whats the suggested surrounds to pair with RF-7’s and RC-64 center? Ive heard RP-250s bi directional surrounds are good, but you should put the regular mono speaker for your surround backs. Any suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks.
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